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Lower Saxony, Germany
The Clausthal University of Technology (also referred to as TU Clausthal or TUC) is an institute of technology (Technische Universität) in Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Lower Saxony, Germany. Established in 1775, this small public university is regularly ranked among the Top German universities in engineering by CHE University Rankings. With a total enrollment of 4,000 students including 1,000 international student out of which more than 30% of students and 20% of academic staff come from abroad, making it one of the most international universities in Germany.
German language eligibility:-
Yes! Most of the interactions, communication and studies happen in German. But, on the better side the university provides a German language course so that international students get to learn a new language and understand the studies in German, easily.
On a general basis, there are no exams held prior to the admissions but there is an entrance test for the specific course you’re planning to apply in. The university provides students with syllabus for that entrance a month prior than the examination day on the basis of which students are selected in the university. This helps university keep a healthy and intelligent crowd and that kind of environment is good for detailed education.
*Average tuition fee is only an indicator of the estimate annual cost for Engineering courses at TU Clausthal. Course specific tuition fee may vary and it's best to refer to the university's [official website]. An estimate of the average tuition fee at Clausthal University of Technology in Indian Rupees is INR 0 k as of 21 Jul 2019
Clausthal-Zellerfeld is a town located in the southwestern part of the Harz Mountains. The Clausthal university is nestled in the scenic Hartz mountain national park. It is a warm and friendly town which welcomes visitors from every corner of the world. It is a pretty little town and its population is approximately 15,000. With not much of an historic importance the town used to be a mining site for previous generations and mostly the workers had settled down here whose generations still continue. It is a calm place to study at and there would not be any kind of metro disturbance to impact on your studies. The city has handful of places to hang around out of which few are a couple of bars to spend your weekend at and other calmer places are in the outskirts of the city.
Many students have a dream to Study in Germany. Clausthal university of Technology is one of the best places to Study in Germany. It has an has an idyllic landscape. The university is small, compact but has enough places to fit in 4,000 students. The campus is considered as one of the prettiest campuses in that side of Germany. There is a pin drop silence around the campus and this is required to achieve the difficult knowledge of engineering.
Since Clausthal is a very small city, living costs are not that expensive. For a room in a shared flat the costs amount to 150-250 € depending on what you are looking for. Overall you will end up spending around 500 € a month which is pretty cheap for this renowned university’s education.
In Clausthal-Zellerfeld, the climate is cold and temperate. There is a great deal of rainfall in Clausthal-Zellerfeld, even in the driest month. According to Köppen and Geiger, this climate is classified as Dfb. The average annual temperature in Clausthal-Zellerfeld is 6.1 °C. The rainfall here averages 1153 mm. It is a difficult climate to live in especially for the students from middle-eastern countries, but once you get adapted to it the life gets easy there.
Even though it is a small city and university, the administration is not backwards in terms of technology. TU Clausthal has taken special care of teaching methods and has provided the latest ever technology for teachers to teach. The professors at TUC are great and well educated; they are friendly which help students to clear out their syllabus doubts easily.
As the fees is not that high and living costs are low as compared to other cities of Germany the university has no mentions of financial aids over the past couple of years. There are a few offers for the students from backward section of the society, but about that one would have to get in touch with the university to know the further details.
Even if the university is placed at a secluded area that doesn’t define that it does not have communications with the metro world. The university has a huge section of alumni who are at good posts and are always willing to conduct in campus placements when the university calls them. Even though in the worst case scenario if the university is not able to provide in-campus placements you can go the metro side of the country and get in contact with any alumni from the university, he will help you to get a job for sure.
Undoubtedly the university has good professors and teaching methods and the campus does not lack anything to make one feel like that they are in the wrong place. The only problem is that the area is pretty secluded so once you are in it you have to finish your course for which one needs a determined mind. If you have a specific aim for your future which is based on the study of engineering then we’d say that Clausthal University of Technology is one of the best option you can get as it is feasible, has good professors and even the teaching methods are great. But, if you are willing to keep engineering as the other half of your future and wish to pursue something else along with it, then this is not the right place for you. In such a scenario one must always see that their interests lie in the same place. This university is pretty isolated and the transportation is not that great so if for example music is your fad and that is away in the city then you won’t be able to do both the things at one time, if you are in TUC then you’re in here only for engineering and nothing else.
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